Located on Chak Phet Road near the Memorial Bridge, Pak Khlong is a boisterous, thriving marketplace, a flurry of non-stop activity that exudes a whirl of excitement.
What would President George Washington say about his stay in Fairfield? “Very rough road.”
Taking over a former Mediterranean restaurant, Boca champions the coastal cuisine of France, Italy and Spain
New and updated looks for our favorite classical pattern
Sundays are special in Fairfield because when it comes to brunch these restaurants take things very seriously.
25 small changes that will enhance your life in a big way
International Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 12-18
Five Sparkling Wines for Any Occasion
Ward Horton on his smart moves to become an actor, settle his family in Fairfield and join the new prime-time show Pure Genius
Valentine’s Day presents so perfect, you’d buy them for yourself
A new organic eatery helps you get back on track after the holidays
For days that are all about the win
Cambodia’s revered Angkor Wat is a temple of treasures.
BMW’s i8 puts a sporty twist on the hybrid revolution
When it comes to personal style, change is good. Here, a month’s worth of ideas designed to get you thinking about new ways to transform your appearance and feel great in the process
Devon Woodhill reveals a new jewelry collection and design-and-studio space
Counting calories is so last year—time to eat real food (and drink the damn mimosa)
Does your resolution to eat healthy go out the window by January 2? Try these tricks
Decide what to keep, sell, donate or trash to reclaim more space in your wardrobe
Is travel insurance a sucker’s bet or is it money well spent?
Gift your guy with these stylish upgrades
Better pet photography with Jim Dratfield
Local hospital programs that will help you kick the cigarette habit
The town’s new travel business delivers dream destinations
Here’s how to remake your home—room by room—without breaking your budget, or spirit
Fate is a funny thing. Just ask Maureen and Philip. Although their older sisters are childhood best friends, and Maureen’s brother was on the same soccer team as Phil, the couple didn’t meet until a mutual friend’s wedding at the Burr Mansion.
Jeep’s Grand Cherokee has some serious polish
New Executive Director Steers Venerated Book-lending Institution into the Digital-Knowledge Age
Madeline Rahe and Douglas Peck met when the Rahe family moved into Peck’s hometown of Fairfield in 2001. The couple became and remained good friends throughout high school and college. Upon college graduation in 2008, their friendship developed into something much more.